Transport for London
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mike Brown MVO
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £1bn to £5bn
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Work-life balance


London black taxi in London, Greater London
on 6 October 2020
Fast paced
Fast paced, busy, competitive. Long hours and lots of traffic, but got to meet a wide variety of people. No day was the same but it was varied and challenging.
Train Driver in Wembley Park Station
on 12 February 2021
Not a place for those who value their work life balance.
Waited for 2.5 years from interview to start. Even after being offered the job and a proposed start date for training.The culture is stressful and the management tends to make work difficult at times. They care little for your travel times and location of work. I'd not work there again unless as a train driver. The Customer service assistant role is tedious and stressful at times.Perks are good,. Training is good. Control of shifts and life balance is almost impossible. Salary is good. But you sacrifice alot for money.
Staff in anonymity
on 25 October 2020
Corporate Bullies
You can’t disagree with management they will fire you, too much beaurecracy, office politics made a complain about any senior leader they pay a private investigator to watch your every move
Project Engineer/Manager in Neasden Depot
on 26 September 2020
Productive and fun workplace
My time at TfL was professional, productive and fun. All members I worked with were qualified and keen to deliver a good product. The levels of supervision over the subcontractors could have been better managed, but overall programme works rarely fell behind, and the final product was professionally delivered. Compliance and quality were never compromised to meet programme deadlines.
Visitor Advisor in London
on 13 September 2020
Transport for London
Sadly I lost my job due to the coronavirus but working for Transport for London was the best job I’ve had. It felt more like a career then just a job. Fantastic salary, good working life balance and very supportive management.
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Interview insights

Insights from 97 Indeed users who have interviewed with Transport for London within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview questions

I went an in-house course. Why do you want to work here? What are your qualifications to be an Administrative Officer? etc

Shared on 14 November 2017

Often single person or a pair of mates at TFL carry out fake interviews whereas the vacancies are pre-determent.

Shared on 13 June 2017

Mainly competency based questions; prompted to give real-life examples on how you will respond to particular situations

Shared on 4 May 2017
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